Definition of 'rodent'
Example sentences containing 'rodent'
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But the pellets were more like something a large rodent would produce. The Sun (2011)You may not find the dead rodents until your nose leads you to them. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The last thing you need is to crack open some food and find a rodent with a full belly inside. The Sun (2012)They like mice or other small rodents and use their ears as much as their eyes to detect them moving below. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They will also eat insects, rodents and other small animals. Animals of the World (1993)Not to mention, a small rodent. The Sun (2014)Restless behaviour was also noted in cats, rodents and birds. The Sun (2008)A small rodent looked up at me. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'rodent'
British English: rodent /ˈrəʊdnt/ NOUN
Rodents are small mammals, for example rats and squirrels, with sharp front teeth.
- American English: rodent
- Arabic: قارِض
- Brazilian Portuguese: roedor
- Chinese: 鼠类
- Croatian: glodavac
- Czech: hlodavec
- Danish: gnaver
- Dutch: knaagdier
- European Spanish: roedor
- Finnish: jyrsijä
- French: rongeur
- German: Nagetier
- Greek: τρωκτικό
- Italian: roditore
- Japanese: 齧歯動物
- Korean: 설치류 동물
- Norwegian: gnager
- Polish: gryzoń
- European Portuguese: roedor
- Romanian: rozător
- Russian: грызун
- Spanish: roedor
- Swedish: gnagare
- Thai: สัตว์เลี้ยงลูกด้วยนมที่ใช้ฟันแทะ
- Turkish: kemirgen
- Ukrainian: гризун
- Vietnamese: loài gặm nhấm
Definition of rodent from the Collins English Dictionary
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